Leadership texts, both academic and popular culture, were examined in this research presented by Harris, Bruce and Jones. Texts were evaluated, categorized and compared, leading to the finding that academic texts, while more through in content, were more difficult to read than those written for non-academic consumption.Recommendations for leadership educators related to text book selection and teaching style are given.

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